Composed Fault Dataset (COMFAULDA)

Citation Author(s):
Dionísio
Martins
Federal Center for Technological Education of Rio de Janeiro
Denys
Pestana-Viana
Federal Center for Technological Education of Rio de Janeiro
Amaro
Lima
Federal Center for Technological Education of Rio de Janeiro
Diego
Hadadd
Federal Center for Technological Education of Rio de Janeiro
Ricardo
Homero
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Luiz
Vaz
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Submitted by:
Dionisio Martins
Last updated:
Tue, 01/11/2022 - 07:38
DOI:
10.21227/89ye-ap56
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Abstract 

The measurement and diagnosis of the severity of failures in rotating machines allow the execution of predictive maintenance actions on equipment. These actions make it possible to monitor the operating parameters of the machine and to perform the prediction of failures, thus avoiding production losses, severe damage to the equipment, and safeguarding the integrity of the equipment operators. This paper describes the construction of a dataset composed of vibration signals of a rotating machine. The acquisition has taken into consideration seven distinct operating scenarios, with different speed values. Unlike the few datasets that currently exist, the resulting dataset contains simple and combined faults with several severity levels. The considered operating setups are normal condition, unbalance, horizontal misalignment, vertical misalignment, unbalance combined with horizontal misalignment, unbalance combined with vertical misalignment, and vertical misalignment combined with horizontal misalignment. The dataset described in this paper can be utilized by machine learning researchers that intend to detect faults in rotating machines in an automatic manner. In this context, several related topics might be investigated, such as feature extraction and/or selection, reduction of feature space, data augmentation methods, and prognosis of rotating machines through the analysis of failure severity parameters.

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The instruction about this dataset is in COMFAULDa_readme; For more details contact: dionisiohmartins@gmail.com

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Submitted by Mainak Sengupta on Thu, 01/13/2022 - 11:29